Crime Branch sleuths visit Bawana factory
New Delhi: Sleuths of Crime Branch of Delhi Police on Monday visited the factory in Bawana of Rohini district, which 17 people were killed on Saturday night.
A senior of Delhi police said that they were probing the fact whether the factory was running for more than one year in different place.
Meanwhile, one more body was identified, Avinash Yadav, 18, who was the native of Uttar Pradesh.
Police said two postmortems were done on Monday.
Police sources claimed that the case was transferred to Crime Branch but till now they have not got any order so far in this regard.
Sources further claimed that the spot was visited by a team of Crime Branch who also took details from the investigation officer who was earlier handling the case.
"We spent around 20 to 30 minutes and checked the spot… we have not started the investigation as the order have not come to us," said a police official.
Sources further claimed the police personnel shared with them the details of accused profile and the name of other accused who was absconding.
There was report that the factory which killed 17 people was running for several years in different areas.
''We cannot say yes but also we cannot say no… the case will be investigated from several angles," said a senior police official.
The official added that the reason of fire was not clear as the victims who have survived the incident had not seen the point from which fire took place.
Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar hospital on Monday witnessed families coming to identify the persons who were killed.
Police said two persons including a female were still unidentified. The family of Ajit Ranjan, the factory supervisor was in Delhi.
"I cannot talk much, I lost my beloved brother," said Sanjiv, the brother of the deceased.
Avinash, who was identified on Monday, came to Delhi several years ago and was working in the factory.
"Last time he told his family that he was working so that they can live a good life," said a family member.
Avinash's body was identified by a sticker on his hand.